"Northside San Jose is the old town. It is nostalgic with turn-of-the-century charm, stained glass leaded windows in Victorian homes, flowered front yards, 50-year-old shade trees, and the stable fierce pride of established foreign-born families. Its blocks are anchored by Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Filipino ancestry, with a later influx of Mexican, Latin and Negro residents. It is like a little United States."
—San Jose Mercury News, May 3, 1966.
The Northside Neighborhood Association (NNA), formed in 1965, is the oldest neighborhood association in the City of San Jose. NNA covers the area bounded by Julian on the south, Hedding on the north, Sixth Street on the west, and Coyote Creek on the east. Approximately 15,000 people reside in the Northside neighborhood, all of whom are automatically members of the neighborhood association. NNA imposes no dues, although contributions are always appreciated.
Northside Neighborhood Properties
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